RCC Hunters Woods

About Us

Reston Community Center (RCC) is a community leader, bringing the community together through enriching leisure time experiences that reach out to all and contribute to Reston’s sense of place. RCC collaborates to improve our and other Reston organizations’ effectiveness, to build community, and to strengthen our identity. RCC outreach and collaboration support our mission, serve Reston, and enhance our value to the community.
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RCC provides four lines of programming to the Reston community: Arts and Events, Aquatics, Leisure and Learning, and Facility Rentals. Operations are supported by revenues from a special property tax collected on all residential and commercial properties within Small District 5. RCC also collects internal revenues generated by program registration fees, theatre box office receipts, gate admissions and facility rental fees. These activity fees are set at a level substantially below the actual costs of programming and operations since Small District 5 property owners have already contributed tax revenues to fund RCC. Consequently, Small District 5 residents and employees enjoy RCC programs at reduced rates.

VISION

Reston Community Center enriches lives and builds community for all of Reston.

MISSION

To create positive leisure, cultural and educational experiences which enhance the quality of life for all people living and working in Reston by:

      • Providing a broad range of programs in arts, aquatics, recreation, enrichment and life-long learning.
      • Creating and sustaining community traditions through special events, outreach activities, and facility rentals.
      • Building community through collaboration and celebration.

VALUES

In accomplishing our Vision, RCC will be:

      • A respectful organization that supports and nurtures its constituents, patrons, volunteers, board and staff;
      • A welcoming community resource committed to improving citizens’ quality of life in Reston
      • A builder of Reston’s sense of place and community traditions
      • Celebratory of people’s traditions and cultural and recreational aspirations
      • An active partner with other Reston organizations
      • An organization free of physical, financial, and cultural barriers
      • An accepting and open organization
      • A responsible and accountable steward of community resources